Assessment at Fort Lewis College - Learning Outcomes

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Campus-wide Learning Outcomes

21st Century Skills:

Our 21st Century Skills represent an institution-wide commitment to assuring our graduates are ready to succeed in a rapidly changing world. From everyday tasks to more complex professional demands, from local and civic environments to global perspectives, these skills broadly prepare FLC students to adapt, innovate, and collaborate. 

Balance and well-being include problem solving, communication and professionalism.



Problem Solving

  • Inquiry and Analysis
  • Creative Thinking
  • Quantitative and Qualitative Literacy

Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Oral
  • Written
  • Digital
  • Visual

Professionalism

  • Technological Competence
  • Community Engagement
  • Ethical behaviors
  • Adaptability

Liberal Arts Core Competencies:

The LAC represents the foundational education for all majors. The student learning outcomes for these core courses align with higher-order cognitive skills, helping all incoming FLC students to transition successfully to their chosen major. The LAC courses further support the development of the 21st Century Skills listed above. For more information on these outcomes, please click the link below.